For a limited time, Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club in Blaine is offering public play opportunities via its Member for the Day special. The program gives everyone the chance to tee up at the award-winning Washington course.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Feb. 20 is National Love Your Pet Day, and these three Washington resorts are celebrating with pooch-approved packages and special amenities.
Now in its 24th year, Taste Washington kicks off its month-long celebration of Washington wine and food in March. The programming of this beloved annual tradition has been adjusted to meet the needs of public safety while still supporting Washington wineries and restaurants.
Targeted to open in the first quarter of 2022, Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Brewing are coming to the Schoolhouse No. 23 historic building within Downtown Woodinville’s new Schoolhouse District development.
Katelyn Peil is the wine director for Seattle-based Heavy Restaurant Group (Purple Woodinville, The Commons, Meet the Moon, Pablo y Pablo, Fiasco and Barrio). In her role, she is in charge of curating and maintaining the beverage programs for some of the Eastside restaurant concepts.
Talk about walking through a winter wonderland. Through Feb. 28, experience Webster’s Woods Sculpture Park in a whole new way during the Wintertide Light Art Experience.
One of Washington’s most beloved annual traditions, Lake Chelan’s Winterfest, shows that there is no better place to experience the state’s snow-capped outdoor wonderland.
Shubert Ho is the executive chef and owner of Feedme Hospitality & Restaurant Group, located in Edmonds. The group has established six restaurants–Salt & Iron, Bar Dojo, The MAR·KET, SanKai, Fire & The Feast and Shore Pine Coffee & Gelato–and a catering business in the last decade.
Hans Reisinger is the executive sous chef of Bell Harbor International Conference Center and World Trade Center Seattle and the talent behind Quickfire, the area’s newest meal kit. “Quickfire is the brainchild of my frustration combined with my inspiration, and my plan is to serve Seattleites the way they deserve,” he says.
A New Year’s Eve without bubbles is just another late night, right? So to ring in 2021–which can’t come soon enough–here are four of our favorite Washington sparkling wines.